(AllHipHop News) Dr. Dre told the world Compton would be his final album, but it appears the Hip Hop legend may not be done putting out music. The newest member of Dre's Aftermath Entertainment, Anderson .Paak, hinted to BBC Radio 1Xtra that the Good Doctor could be crafting new tunes.
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"He's working right now. He's doing a lot of work right now. I can't really speak on it," said Anderson about his musical mentor.
The Malibu album creator did not give specifics about what Dre has planned, so it is not clear if that means another LP is coming. However, Anderson did add, "I don't know too many dudes that were in the position that he's at that still really just cares about the music. He don't care about none of that extra stuff."
Dr. Dre released his third studio album Compton in 2015. It sold over 270,000 copies in its first week of release and went on to earn a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album.
Anderson announced he signed to Aftermath in January. The singer-songwriter joined Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and Jon Connor at the West Coast based record label.
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Watch Anderson .Paak's interview below.